Let $Ω_p$ denote the set of the real parts of the poles of the Igusa zeta function of a polynomial $f∈\mathbb{Z}[X_1,…,X_m]$ (assume $f(0)=0$ so that $\Omega_p\ne \emptyset$) at the prime p. From Denef's formula for the motivic zeta function, we know that if $\{(N_i,\nu_i)\}_{i\in I}$ are the numerical data of a log resolution $h$ of the ideal $(f)$ over $\mathbb{Q}$, then for any "good" prime $p$ with respect to $h$ (in the sense of Denef) one has

$$ \Omega_p\subseteq \Omega:=\Big\{ -\frac{\nu_i}{N_i} \,:\,i\in I\Big\} $$

and the maxima of the two sets agree (and it is independent of $h$).

However, $\Omega_p$ is in general much smaller than $\Omega$, because of the many cancellations that take place in Denef's formula.

**I was wondering whether these cancellations are actually uniform in $p$ (for $p$ good with respect to $h$), or, in other words, whether $\Omega_p$ is independent of $p$ for $p$ big enough. If it is the case, do this cancellation have a geometric interpretation at the level of the motivic zeta function?**

Thank you.